We offer shower curtains made from 100% polyester fabric. This choice of fabric is not only durable by the perfect substrate for colors to come alive. Each curtain is printed with one of Talya Johnson’s original impressionist paintings. The curtains include 12 holes at the top and can be hung from your own shower curtain rings. The dimensions of each shower curtain are 71" wide x 74" tall. Brighten your bathroom with this popular artistic home decor accessories. Perhaps you will want to consider adding a matching Bath Towels as well. Keep in mind these curtains are not just for your bathroom. Some collectors have told us they enjoy hanging these behind their computer stations to make for interesting and colorful virtual meeting backgrounds.
A landscape oil painting of a fishing boat dry docked in the Knik mudflats with an Alaska mountain range. rising in the background This original landscape of Alaskan scenery was painted by impressionist fine artist Talya "Tali" Johnson.View more Artistic Home Decor Accesories featuring this original oil painting.
Behind the Canvas
An oldie, but goodie!
The famous fishing boat, Nomad, was owned by the late Joe Redington Sr., Father of the Iditarod. It is dry docked on the Knik mudflats close to the Redington's old homestead off Knik Goose Bay road, in historic Knik, Alaska.
This original oil painting is full of contrasts that is nature's delicate balance. Land and water, flight and stillness, towering mountains and sunken fields, warm sun on the cold Knik flats, all these elements complete the peaceful yet colorful scene,
On a deeper level this painted landscape is a tribute to my friend Bill Devine. I worked with Bill for several years at a wholesale souvenir distributer. We designed and illustrated many promotional items depicting Alaska's beautiful grandeur. I was supposed to teach him how to use the computer, but instead he taught me more about art and the beauty of Alaska than anyone else to that point. He taught me how to be free and how to be loyal. He was a wonderful artist and a better man.
Bill was very close to Redingtons and often spoke of them and their Alaskan adventures in this last frontier. He even gave me an autographed seal that was carried by Joe Redington on his last Iditarod trail sled dog race.
Bill has now joined his friends in the great beyond, but like the Nomad, that quietly and faithfully guards this beautiful area, Bill's footprint continues to linger in my life.